Repigmentation products: an alternative to coloring hair?
Colour Therapy is a ‘repigmenting’ range brought to you by Jean Louis David, designed to revive fading hair color. This collection is ideal for women with colored hair as it boosts your salon shade whilst adding shine and deeply hydrating at the same time. Could this be the solution to your monthly coloring session in the salon? The pros reveal all.
The Colour Therapy range is perfect for colored hair. ‘After 2-3 shampoos, your color can start to fade slightly. Repigmenting products restore your desired shade by adding color pigments. In general, you should be using these types of shampoo and conditioner if you’ve recently had your hair colored, to make your new do last longer’.
If your hair is its natural shade, however, you won’t get any visible results. ‘These products are designed specifically with colored hair in mind, and are of little use to women with their natural base shade intact. You might see a small difference, but nothing out-of-this-world’.
The ideal solution to color fade, of course, is to head to your salon to add more pigment to your hair. ‘Unlike any other product on the haircare market, these products are not pre-mixed and ready to buy from the shelves. Your stylist will personally select your pigments which perfectly match your desired color. At Jean Louis David, everything is tailored to the client’s hair. Not only do women come to us for their haircuts, but also their haircare products’.
Repigmenting products are not an alternative to hair dyes. ‘These products will prolong your color and keep it looking vibrant. Hair will become more glossy and will reflect the light better, but you’ll still have to go to your salon for root touch-ups’.
Our advice: Repigmenting products are not harmful to your hair, providing you use them properly. Head to your salon to ask your stylist for advice, then use the Colour Therapy range at home to keep on top of your color.
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